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Brite-Strike Introduces Expandable Baton Lights

January 25, 2010  | 


Glenn Bushee, Brite-Strike's president and a retired officer, demonstrates the Straight Baton with integrated light at SHOT Show.

Brite-Strike Technologies has introduced an expandable baton with an integrated flashlight as a dual-purpose tactical item. The company brought the product to SHOT Show 2010.

The baton is offered in straight- and side-handle versions, as models SB170HLS and SH170HLS respectively. They measure 17.5 inches collapsed and 27 inches extended.

The integrated flashlight offers up to Hi-170 lumens Lo-80 Lumens, and includes a strobe mode to disorient aggressive suspects. The straight baton weighs 18 ounces and retails for $200. The side-handle baton weighs 20 ounces and retails for $220.

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